Oregon Woman Sues After Contracting Herpes, Contact Benson and Bingham For Las Vegas Personal Injury Representation
An Oregon woman who was given herpes by her 69-year old ex-boyfriend filed suit for pain & suffering. The woman, who to maintain her anonymity, filed the suit under an assumed name was awarded $900,000. The 49-year old woman, a dental hygienist, received the award after a four day trial. The jury found the woman 25% responsible for the infection and the 69-year old retired dentist 75% responsible, mainly due to the fact that the woman did not insist on the use of a condom. If you have suffered a personal injury in Las Vegas and want to recover reimbursement of medical costs, lost work and pain and suffering, contact Benson and Bingham for a free legal consultation today. Our Nevada personal injury attorneys have extensive personal injury trial experience and know the all the tricks insurance companies play in Las Vegas personal injury cases.
The plaintiff attested she had asked her lover to wear a condom during their encounter. While the man said he had put on a condom before the act, he later admitted to not wearing any protection. At that time, he also came clean on having genital herpes. Just over a week later, the woman had her first herpes outbreak. Due to the medicine the 49-year old dental hygienist, her hair started falling out and she became depressed. If you have been the victim in a Southern Nevada personal injury incident, contact Benson and Bingham today.
Benson and Bingham is a family oriented personal injury law firm, founded by cousins Ben Bingham and Joseph Benson in 2003. Our attorneys base our success on the strong relationships we strive to build with our clients. We represent clients in all types of personal injury cases including car accidents, spinal cord injuries and wrongful death cases. We also offer our clients a happiness guarantee – if you are not happy with your bill, we will work closely with you to create a fee rate you agree with for your Las Vegas personal injury case.